BY JULIE GRAY A few months ago, Marie Kosakowski wanted to find her 4-year-old copper-colored, lionhead rabbit, Oliver, a pal, so she packed him up and took him to the animal shelter run by the City of Bloomington for speed dating.But throwing strange rabbits together can cause sparks to fly—and not in a good way.Psychologists have found that although men choose, on average, half of the women present, women choose to see only a third of the men again. Among animals, females are usually the picky ones, because they make the larger reproductive investment.
Speed dating is not just popular among those looking for romance.Psychologists have worked out that they can get swarms of student participants in mate-choice studies by offering speed-dating opportunities on university campuses in return for the right to analyse the dating behaviour during the events. Normally in speed dating, men walk around a room and visit a succession of seated women for mini dates just a few minutes long.The night included free snacks and the opportunity to date more than 30 bachelors or bachelorettes.In honor of Valentine's Day, Ken and Nicole relate their experiences and offer a bit of commentary about their dozen dates.Though they didn’t fight, the chemistry just wasn’t there.
Next, Oliver met a female American rabbit named Hops. In general, rabbits get along better with a companion of the opposite sex—though, of course, both must be neutered to avoid a population explosion.That’s why Kosakowski took oven mitts for protection—in case she needed to break up any fights.Oliver, who’d also been adopted from the shelter, first met Bandit, a male rabbit.There are thousands of active singles on Date looking to chat right now.We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute Bloomington women, handsome Bloomington men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians.Here's where you can meet singles in Bloomington, Indiana.